"Unwritten Teachings" in the "Parmenides"

Review of Metaphysics 48 (3):591 - 633 (1995)
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Mitchell Miller
Vassar College
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An examination on the one hand of Aristotle's report in Metaphysics A6 of Plato's teachings regarding the One, the dyad of the Great and the Small, and mathematical intermediates and on the other hand of key passages in Plato's Parmenides. I argue that we can find in those passages exhibitions of the teachings Aristotle reports and that these exhibitions help us to understand those teachings.
Keywords unwritten teachings  the One  dyad  intermediates  the Good  limits  unlimited
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